Rank improvements can’t happen overnight. This process can range between three to six months. The reason being because in order to improve your image, we have to create and continuously add enough positive content to push down the negative content.
Eligibility for expungement is determined by the type of crime that has been committed,how many years have passed since the crime was committed, and by the state where the crime took place.
Here in New Jersey, a variety of convictions can be expunged including:
Convictions for more serious crimes in New Jersey are prohibited from expungement process such as:
Traffic offenses such as DUI/DWI are not eligible for expungement. (N.J.S. 2C:52-28). Once you have a DUI/DWI conviction, it stays on your driving record for good. However, the conviction is not something that shows up on a background check. The only way to remove a DUI/DWI conviction from a driving record is to attempt to reopen the conviction through a process called Post Conviction Relief.
Yes, you can get a marijuana charge expunged from your record as long as the charge is for under 50 grams. If you correctly file a petition to the superior court an expungement is almost always granted. A lawyer can also prepare the petition for you to ensure accuracy.